Measure C Transit Oriented Development Program Cycle IV
Applications due February 20, 2015 updated!
The Measure C TOD program will generate $17.4 million during the 20-year lifespan of the Measure C program based on the estimation in December 2012. It is estimated that the TOD program is accruing approximately $700,000 annually. There is $888,800 available in the program as of December 31, 2014.
Air Resources Board officially accepts Fresno COG's Sustainable Community Strategy
At their meeting in Sacramento on January 29th, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) unanimously approved Fresno County’s first sustainable communities strategy (SCS). ARB Board praised the Fresno COG on a “very good first step” in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in our region.
THINK GREEN, KEEP FRESNO COUNTY CLEAN!
Who wants to look at mile after mile of litter-filled freeways and highways? Roads are covered in cigarette butts, fast food wrappers, soda and coffee cups...But litter is more than ugly—it's actually harmful to our waterways including lakes, rivers and beaches.
High Cost of Litter: California Department of Transportation, Division of Maintenance spends a total of approximately 52 million* dollars on litter removal. Littering can also cost you personally as well because you can be fined up to $1,000 each time you litter.
The Veterans Boulevard project planned for NW Fresno will include a new interchange on State Route 99 and a 2.5 mile super arterial from Herndon to Grantland. The new interchange will be located on SR 99 between the Herndon Ave. and Shaw Ave interchanges. This project will:
Improve access to SR99
provide congestion relief to NW Fresno.
connect NW Fresno to the communities west of SR 99